Words From Syria

The Syrian Perspective

We are delighted to inform all of you that the enemy is in tatters as we write. The discredited propaganda machine in the West is now trying to foment anger by inventing stories of massacres and mass graves in the suburb of Jdaydat Al-Fadhl. The only problem with that howler is that the SAA just cleansed the area and it was the rats who were in control for a short time. The so-called “Syrian Lavatory for Human Rights” in England was the first to announce this preposterous story. Be advised, o’ readers, that the only dead bodies in the area are those of the terrorist rats which the Syrian army killed to the tune of 547. This number is not made up. Syrian Military Intelligence has counted the number of terrorists killed in this stunning attack the day before yesterday on this area.

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About friendsofsyria

Trying to put a stop to the lies being spread by the world press about Syria.
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2 Responses to Words From Syria

  1. Jay P says:

    God bless the secular SAA and the Syrian people defending the country from foreign paid terrorists and traitors!! British citizens support you and not our criminal terrorist arming government!
    God bless Syria! from an English patriot!

  2. MsWideAwake says:

    The mainstream media are reporting that Syria used chemical weapons. http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/israeli-military-chief-syrian-front-heat-19016808#.UXZVKhyL3Dc

    They are pushing this propaganda so bad they had to resort to lying in the media.

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